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Poster: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid Date: Jun 28, 2009 5:05am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Would You Watch?

"My Mother The Bra"
"Run from Your Wife"
"The Betty Mutton Show"
"The Partridge Family Meets InuYasha meets Yogi Bear"
"I Love Joan"
"You're Asking for It"
"This is a Life?"
"You Bet Your Wife"
"The Brady Brunch"
"Captain Porno and His Porno Rangers"
"Bumpy Queen, Detective" (a rather obscure reference to a early 50's drama)
"The Odder Couple"
"The Joan Show"
"Here's Joan"
"Life with Joan"
"The Joan-Jim Comedy Hour"
"Family Pies"
"Cavalcade of Bras" (a reference to Jackie Gleason's breakthrough hit)
"Wally Gator meets Prince Vegeta meets Sylvester & Tweety"
"Coke Time with Eddie Vedder" (if anyone knows what show I'm referencing, I'd be amazed and impressed)
"The Beverly Hillbillies In Las Vegas"
"Magilla Gorilla In Outer Space"
"The Guiding Kite"
"Queen for a Hour"

No offense to Joan Davis.

Disclaimer: Several of the shows referenced Have only had one episode watched by myself. Since I require at least 4 episodes to judge a show, please note that just because a show is referenced on this list, doesn't mean that I have seen enough to know whether I fully approve or disapprove of such program.

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Poster: Tenor madman Date: Jun 28, 2009 5:15pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Would You Watch?

Yes, although I imagine "Coke Time With Eddie Vedder" has a whole different meaning!

...Somebody had to say it!


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Poster: sparkielee Date: Jun 28, 2009 5:52pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Would You Watch?

The Brady Bunch was one of my favorite shows. I used to watch it and the Partridge Family back to back every Friday night.

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Poster: quigs Date: Jun 28, 2009 7:36pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Would You Watch?

I liked Wild, wild west. I liked so much that I used some of James T. West smooth moves to stop being bullied and the kis I stopped was afraid of me until high school.